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Cafe del Mar Bali | Canggu

The long awaited Café del Mar Bali opens its doors in Canggu.

Ibiza’s iconic lifestyle brand has just arrived in Indonesia, with the long anticipated Café del Mar Bali opening its doors to the public today. Known worldwide for its dazzling sunsets and euphonic music sessions, the brand will feel right at home in Batu Belig on the celebrated Canggu shoreline with front row seats to Bali’s own famed sunsets.

Café del Mar Bali invites guests to drop in for a lunch that lingers on through sun down, and stay on through the night to dine, dance and revel under the stars.

Visitors to Café del Mar Bali can expect all of the laid-back luxury associated with the hospitality and lifestyle brand which first launched as a sunset bar in Sant Antoni de Portmany on the Spanish island of Ibiza in 1980. Café del Mar has since blossomed into one of the world’s most revered entertainment venues, boasting multiple venues around the globe. It’s no surprise that music forms a key focus for each of these venues, as Café del Mar is also the world’s leading Chill House music label, and the birthplace to one of the longest running and most successful music compilation series in history.

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2019-10-19 | Jakarta Fashion Week 2020

Jakarta Fashion Week 2020

Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) is held annually and aimed to provide directions to the Indonesian fashion industry and to demonstrate fashion designer’s talents and creativity. The next Jakarta Fashion Week will be held at Senayan City 19-25 October, 2019:

  • 13:30 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] The Opening of Jakarta Fashion Week 2020
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION TENT] Tunis Fashion Week x Indonesia Fashion Forward presents NY By Novita Yunus, Seif Dean Loufat
  • 16:00 – 17:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] LAZADA presents Danjyo Hiyoji, Hattaco, Jenahara, Bembii Bloop, Chiel, Jan Sober, Jenna and Kaia, Kim x Lim, Mesz, Surya Abduh, Yourhands
  • 16:30 – 17:00 [FASHION TENT] INDONESIA FASHION FORWARD presents ATS The Label, Cotton Ink Studio, Monday to Sunday
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION TENT] INDONESIA FASHION FORWARD presents Day and Night, Lekat, PVRA
  • 18:30 – 19:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] JAKARTA YOUTH MEET-UP presents 2 Dance Groups in K.a.l.a Studio + Temma Prasetio
  • 19:00 – 20:00 [FASHION TENT] WARDAH INSTAPERFECT presents Barli Asmara, ETU, I.K.Y.K, Zaskia Sungkar
  • 20:30 – 21:00 [FASHION TENT] INDONESIA FASHION FORWARD presents I.K.Y.K, Peggy Hartanto, Toton
  • 13:30 – 14:00 [FASHION TENT] Islamic Fashion Institute
  • 14:30 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] WEARING KLAMBY
  • 15:00 – 15:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] KOCCA presents Soekwoon Yoon, Setsetset
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION TENT] REXONA DRY SERUM presents Light Up Your Confidence by Natalia Kiantoro, Tities Saputra, Yosep Sinudarson
  • 16:00 – 17:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] WARDAH Product Launch
  • 16:30 – 17:00 [FASHION TENT] BUNKA FASHION SCHOOL
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION TENT] ABINERI ANG
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] FASHIONLINK presents Moorooah, Renoa
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION TENT] INDONESIA FASHION FORWARD presents Andhita Siswandi, Bateeq, Rani Hatta
  • 19:00 – 20:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] WARDAH FASHION AWARDS presents 8 Finalists
  • 20:00 – 20:30 [FASHION TENT] INDONESIA FASHION FORWARD presents Eridani, Major Minor, Sean Sheila
  • 13:30 – 14:00 [FASHION TENT] DEKRANASDA NTT presents Defrico Audy et.al.
  • 14:30 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] KURSIEN KARZAI, MAYRA, WIWIEK MUSLIMAH
  • 14:30 – 15:00 [FASHIONLINK Lt. 8] OPENING Of FASHIONLINK
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION TENT] RENTIQUE presents Jii, Reves Studio, Tertia
  • 16:00 – 17:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] SCREENING THE SEARCH FOR JFW 2020 ICONS: A WEB SERIES (with Performances by Maria Callista + Rahmania Astrin)
  • 16:30 – 17:00 [FASHION TENT] FASHIONLINK presents Bateeq, Kami, Maryalle
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION TENT] RAKUTEN FASHION WEEK TOKYO presents Enharmonic Tavern, Rieka Inoue Gnu, Yoakeh
  • 18:30 – 19:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] SENAYAN CITY presents Fashionlink x #BLCKVNUE
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION TENT] STRONGBOW presents Paulina Katarina, SOE Jakarta
  • 20:00 – 20:30 [FASHION TENT] JAKARTA FASHION WEEK x THE FOLIO present Ai Syarif 1965, Wilsen Willim, XY by Mel Ahyar, SWANK
  • 13:30 – 14:00 [FASHION TENT] THE EXOTIC WEST SUMATRA presents Aleira, D Irma, Defrico Audy, Jeny Tjahyawati
  • 14:30 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] LASALLE COLLEGE JAKARTA
  • 15:00 – 15:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] LEAP WANITA NETWORK
  • 15:30 – 16:30 [FASHION TENT] FINAL LOMBA PERANCANG MODE MENSWEAR 2019 with 10 FINALISTS and Galuh Nurita
  • 16:00 – 17:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] MAKE OVER MUA Hunt
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION TENT] MATAHARI DEPARTMENT STORE
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] SENAYAN CITY presents Rotelli
  • 18:30 – 19:00 [FASHION TENT] EPSON presents Amot Syamsurimuda, Cotton Ink Modest, Kle
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] FASHION FORCE
  • 19:30 – 20:00 [FASHION TENT] FASHIONLINK presents Calla The Label, Natalia Kiantoro, PVRA
  • 19:45 – 20:15 [CRYSTAL SPACE (Ex. Portico)] Senayan City X JFW presents Tangan
  • 20:30 – 21:00 [FASHION TENT] PESONA SISTERHOOD RUNWAY presents Oscar Lawalata, Sejauh Mata Memandang
  • 14:00 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] L’OREAL PROFESSIONNEL presents “Colour Trophy” featuring Rinda Salmun
  • 15:00 – 15:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] 99 NAMA CINTA Meet & Greet
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION TENT] JENNA & KAIA
  • 16:00 – 16:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] DEKRANASDA DKI
  • 16:30 – 17:30 [FASHION TENT] SENAYAN CITY presents Byo, Friederich Herman, Major Minor, Sean Sheila
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] FASHIONHUB presents Aleza, Josephine Anni
  • 18:30 – 19:00 [FASHION TENT] TINKERLUST 11:11 by Hakim Satrio & Riyam Dayani, Alex[a]lexa, Jenahara
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] WARDAH Talk Show
  • 19:30 – 20:00 [FASHION TENT] LAZADA presents Danjyo Hiyoji, Hattaco, Jenahara
  • 20:30 – 21:00 [FASHION TENT] DALIATEX presents Barli Asmara, Kami, Restu Anggraini
  • 14:00 – 14:30 [FASHION TENT] BINHOUSE
  • 15:00 – 15:30 [FASHION TENT] HUMBANG KRIYA x PURANA & WINDY CHANDRA
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] KFC presents Argyle & Oxford, Evil, Never Too Lavish, Sandalboyz
  • 16:00 – 16:30 [FASHION TENT] BRITISH COUNCIL presents Intoart, Cotton Ink
  • 16:30 – 17:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] CLEAR presents I.K.Y.K
  • 17:00 – 17:30 [FASHION TENT] ALUMNI LOMBA PERANCANG MODE presents Anthony Tandiono, Yunita Kosasih
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] SENAYAN CITY presents Disney with Albert Yanuar, Andreas Odang, Imelda Kartini
  • 18:00 – 19:00 [FASHION TENT]FINAL LOMBA PERANCANG MODE 2019 10 Finalis + UBS Gold x Ai Syarif 1965 + Itang Yunasz
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] KERUKUNAN KELUARGA KAWANUA
  • 9:30 – 20:30 [FASHION TENT] MAKE OVER presents Albert Yanuar, Tities Saputra, Yosafat Dwi Kurniawan
  • 13:30 – 14:00 [FASHION TENT] BINUS NORTHUMBRIA SCHOOL OF DESIGN
  • 14:30 – 15:00 [FASHION TENT] RAFFLES INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
  • 15:30 – 16:00 [FASHION TENT] NEWBREED DESIGNERS by @KainPrinting, Anggia Handmade, I.Joeda, Rosie Rahmadi
  • 16:00 – 16:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] DANONE AQUA
  • 16:30 – 17:00 [FASHION TENT] SUSAN BUDIHARJO
  • 17:30 – 18:00 [FASHION ATRIUM] SENAYAN CITY presents Marks & Spencer
  • 18:30 – 19:00 [FASHION TENT] UBS GOLD presents Temma Prasetio, Diana Putri, Diniira, Maya Ratih
  • 19:00 – 19:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] TINKERLUST Talk Show
  • 19:30 – 20:30 [FASHION TENT] WARDAH CRYSTALLURE presents Khanaan, Rama Dauhan
  • 20:00 – 20:30 [FASHION ATRIUM] AQUA JAPAN presents Batik Chic
  • 21:00 – 22:00 [FASHION TENT] DEWI FASHION KNIGHTS

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2019-10-15 | World Cup FIFA 2022 – Group G

Hãy đến Jakarta để theo dõi trận đấu giữa Việt Nam và Indonesia!

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The match  between Vietnam and Indonesia are to be held in Bali !

 

Vào ngày 15 tháng 10 năm 2019, trận đấu bóng đá giữa Việt Nam sẽ được tổ chức tại Jakarta hoặc bên ngoài Jakarta.

Hãy đến và xem trận đấu! Hỗ trợ đội của bạn !

Chúng tôi có thể cung cấp vận chuyển và chỗ ở cho người hâm mộ, cá nhân hoặc nhóm bóng đá Việt Nam.

Prime Indonesia Travel Bureau có kinh nghiệm xử lý người hâm mộ bóng đá từ Việt Nam trong các trận đấu AFC trước đó được tổ chức tại Indonesia.

Chúng tôi cũng muốn cung cấp cho người hâm mộ bóng đá Việt Nam để thư giãn và có một kỳ nghỉ ở Bali.

Vui lòng liên hệ với chúng tôi để biết thông tin chi tiết:

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sari@primeindonesia.net

 

Watch FIFA 2022 Qualification Vietnam vs Indonesia, October 15, 2019, in Bali

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  • 2 Days 1 Night Soccer Match Vietnam VS Indonesia | 15 – 16 October 2019
  • 3 Days 2 Nights Soccer Match Vietnam VS Indonesia | 15 – 17 October 2019
  • 4 Days 3 Nights Soccer Match Vietnam VS Indonesia | 15 – 18 October 2019
Period October 2019
Nationality Vietnam
Hotels 3* & 4*
Match Date 15 October 2019
Match Venue KAPTEN I WAYAN DIPTA STADIUM, GIANYAR, BALI 
No. of Pax No. of Pax: 10, 15+1, 30+1, Pax Traveling together (1 FOC base on Twin Sharing Occupancy)
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2019-10-23 | Ubud Writers & Readers Festival 2019


For its 16th year as Southeast Asia’s leading literary event, Ubud Writers & Readers Festival has today announced its full lineup of over 180 authors, journalists, artists and activists from 30 countries. From 23–27 October, they’ll appear in more than 170 events across 70+ venues in Ubud, which this year placed sixth on Travel + Leisure’s Top 15 Cities in the World.

From Indonesia to Italy, Colombia to Cameroon, Thailand to Turkey, Portugal to Pakistan and dozens of countries in between, the five-day program of in-conversations, panel discussions, literary lunches, music and arts performances, writing workshops and more will demonstrate why The Telegraph named UWRF one of the world’s five best literary festivals for 2019.

The first round of speakers announced last month featured celebrated British food writer Yotam Ottolenghi, bestselling American author Susan Orlean, human rights advocate Andreas Harsono, and Kurdish-Iranian journalist, scholar, and award-winning writer Behrouz Boochani, who is currently incarcerated on Manus Island and will appear via live stream.

Among the names revealed today are legendary Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, feminist firebrand and New York Times contributing opinion writer Lindy West, BAFTA-winning hip-hop artist, writer and social entrepreneur Akala, journalist, author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Megan K. Stack, and award-winning writer, poet, and playwright Lemn Sissay.


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Finding the Bali You Came For

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YOU CAN STILL DISCOVER THOSE TEEMING FORESTS, SERENE RICE TERRACES, VOLCANIC-SAND BEACHES, AND MYSTICAL TEMPLES ON THE ISLAND OF THE GODS—YOU JUST HAVE TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK.


I’m holding my own in a staring contest with a Balinese healer. For two minutes now, I’ve been gazing into the spectacled eyes of Djik Dewa, a goateed man in a white t-shirt and blue sarong, while he stares unblinkingly into mine, chanting rapidly. I’m on my back by a small altar in Dewa’s two-story home outside of Ubud, Bali’s ancient healing center (Ubud means “medicine”). Outside, a rice field crackles under a light rain. For the past hour, Dewa has been pinching me (hard!) between my toes, a reflexology thing, and kneading my flesh to coax the Kundalini energy up from the base of my spine through my chakras. Every so often, he motions like he’s pulling stuffing from my body and blowing it out of his hand into the air.

 

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Everywhere You Should Go in Canggu, Bali’s Bohemian Hideaway

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Bali always delivers—be it sunshine, spirituality, or surf. Even the air of the place, also known as the “Island of the Gods,” seems to be filled with a palpable magic among the jungles, active volcanoes, jagged cliffs, and coral reefs. This is a place that lured travelers and spiritual seekers to its shores long before the island was popularized by the film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir Eat, Pray, Love. Out here in the Indian Ocean, nestled between Lombok to the East and Java to the West (where Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta is), there’s something for everyone, from the cultural heart of inland Ubud to the awe-inspiring beaches of southern Ungasan and Uluwatu.

Daily commute through rice paddies But even the best of Bali can suffer from fatigue, especially around the colossal resorts of mass Kuta or the splashy scene of upscale Seminyak. Which is why, further west in Canggu, an antidote has fast emerged: a bohemian hideaway—the Williamsburg of Bali, if you will. Blink and you might just miss this dreamy, beachside village on the verge of going mainstream, with its maze of cool hangouts and health food cafés. Motion, Shady Shack, Crate, Peloton Supershop and Nude are a just a few. Graffiti-covered walls are adjacent to rice paddies, concrete skate bowls are as prolific as tattoo parlors or affordable day spas, like Spring, Chillax and Therapy.

What it’s really like to party at a $10,000 a day club

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EVERY year, thousands of Aussies flock to Bali’s day clubs, all in the name of treating themselves to cocktails and listening to chilled out tunes. And of course, the elusive, unique Instagram shot.

On a recent trip to the juicy holiday destination, I discovered a new, Insta-worthy photo opp, set to rival La Plancha’s colourful beach parasols and Rock Bar’s custom-built DJ booth, which is built into the cliff face.

This week, Bali’s new, super-luxe day club Omnia officially launches.

Perched on the limestone cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula in Uluwatu, it’s the first adults-only day club to hit the island.


3 Days in Lombok, Indonesia

Bali might be the obvious long-weekend choice for those in the region from Singapore to Western Australia. But if you’re looking for some of that beachside and mountaintop serenity without the spring breakers and Eat, Pray, Love pilgrims, there are other options in the Indonesian archipelago (actually, thousands of them).

For starters, we recommend a three-day hop to Lombok, the island just east of Bali, with a brief detour to the Gili Islands, three teardrops of land just off its northwest coast. With direct flights to the Lombok capital of Mataram operated by Singapore Airlines or its subsidiary SilkAir, you can be out of the city and onto the finest beach you’ve ever seen in under three hours. Here, how to make the most of your escape.

Checking In

Spend at least a night on Lombok proper before taking the 30-minute boat ride to one of the Gilis for a night of even more seclusion. In Lombok, make Kuta, the surfing town in southern Lombok that is most definitely not to be confused with the tourist-clogged, nightclub-lined Bali town of the same name, your base. You’ll notice some construction along the main stretch of Kuta Beach—take it as a sign that the island is changing quickly as people seek out alternatives to an ever-more-congested Bali. Get away from the main drag by settling down at the Novotel Lombok Resort just outside of town on its own dreamy section of beach.

Day 1: Get a little lost

You’re here for some beach time, so get to it as soon as you arrive. While Kuta Beach itself isn’t the most pristine around, it’s worth a stroll to get a feel for island life. It’s also where you can rent a motorbike, which should be your vehicle of choice for a day of exploring Lombok’s southern coast. Go with an established rental shop like Kimen Surf—a basic automatic scooter will run you around 50,000 rupiah (about $3.50) for the day. Get a feel for the scooter’s controls and then head east for some beach-hopping. If you’re looking to get straight into the water before exploring the island’s winding roads that extend from the coast into the verdant interior, start at Seger Beach, where you’re staying. It’s a strip of sand sheltered by a headland that offers epic views of the Indian Ocean. Quench your thirst with a cold Bintang or some coconut water from one of the makeshift warungs set up on the sand. Make Pink Beach (or Tangsi Beach as its known locally) on the southeastern tip of the island—so named for the peachy hue of its sand—your end goal, and get a little lost along the way. It’s half the fun, and you’ll find yourself stumbling upon totally empty strips of sand, bustling kampungs, and street-side nasi goreng peddlers along the way. Need some help? English isn’t widely spoken, but sign language and proper nouns go a long way, and locals will happily point you in the right direction. Loop back to Kuta after a dip at Pink Beach, getting back before dark. Freshen up and head to El Bazar Cafe and Restaurant for Mediterranean food bolstered by locally caught seafood.

Day 2: Hit the interior

It’s impossible to miss, the way it juts from the center of the island, and you’d be missing out if you didn’t get close to it: Mount Rinjani is the second-tallest active volcano in Indonesia, topping out at 12,224 feet. A giant crater lake sits at 6,600 feet above sea level, its water a deep blue reminiscent of the ocean, hence its name Segara Anak, or “child of the sea.” Climbing Rinjani is a serious endeavor—you’d need multiple days and some pro hiking skills—but the national park that surrounds it can be visited in a day, and you’ll get stunning views of Rinjani from the surrounding hillsides. If you’re feeling adventurous, rent a jeep and head towards Rinjani National Park on your own, mapping out stops at the Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep waterfalls on the way. Tour operators like Adventure Lombok also offer guided day trips to the area, where you’ll not only get incredible views of the volcano and its surrounds, but also expert-led treks in the area and stops at places of historical and cultural significance, including the Bayan Beleq Mosque, the island’s oldest (unlike neighboring Hindu Bali, Lombok is predominantly Muslim).

Day 3: Get off the island…to another island

Just off the northwest coast of Lombok are three white-sand-rimmed dots of land, reachable in just over 30 minutes by speedboat from the jetty at Teluk Nare. The three Gilis each have their own personality, but all feel like the ultimate escape from the daily grind. (You won’t find any motorized transport on any of the islands—you’ll have to get around by foot, bicycle, or horse-drawn buggy.) Gili Trawangan, with its beachside bars, is for the full moon party crowd and Gili Air has a number of dive shops that’ll organize trips to the best of the area’s unspoiled reefs. But if you’re really looking to relax—and if you’re coming from the hubbub of Singapore, we bet you are—try Gili Meno (pictured at top), the least developed of the islands. There’s not much to do besides sip cocktails on mostly empty, white-sand beaches and maybe go for a quick snorkeling jaunt if you’re really feeling wild. But that’s the kind of the point. Popular with honeymooners and families, Meno is quiet, untamed by major resorts (yet), and perfect for a day off the grid after hiking through Rinjani National Park. Spend the night at Mahamaya, a simple but well-appointed hotel right on the beach, and head back to Lombok the next morning for your flight home.

Source: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/3-days-in-lombok-indonesia

Indonesia seeks to lure Chinese tourists to destinations outside Bali

In a bid to attract more Chinese tourists, the Tourism Ministry conducted a series of sales mission events from April 16-19 in major Chinese cities Nanning, Shenzen and Guangzhou.

Ten representatives from Indonesia participated in the event, which included tour and dive operators, island-hopping liveaboards and Garuda Indonesia, where they introduced products and tour packages to buyers from China.

“China is a strategic market where we’ll continue to penetrate,” said Vinsensius Jemadu, the ministry’s assistant undersecretary for marketing development II regional I, in a press release. “As it is has huge potential, we must maintain it because other countries are also targeting the same market.”

Read also: Chinese tourists’ favorite places in Indonesia

Vinsensius added that the sales mission served as a platform to build awareness among Chinese travelers. “It aims to promote Indonesia as a destination that must be visited by Chinese tourists. We’ll also hold a media gathering, distribute materials as well as souvenirs and present art performances,” Vinsensius said.

Chinese tourists have long been the main target of Indonesian tourism. Last year, more than 1.9 million of its citizens visited Indonesia, an increase of 35.75 percent from 2016. Bali still serves as their favorite destination with 1.3 million Chinese tourists visiting the island.

“Our target in China is huge this year, which is 3 million tourists, as we seek to reach the global target of attracting 17 million foreign tourists in 2018,” Vinsensius said. “To maintain this momentum, we will conduct regular sales events. The ministry will also host a presentation on charter flight packages in Shenzen, especially for Batam and Bintan, which is part of an effort to lure Chinese tourists to other destinations.”

Source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/travel/2018/04/20/indonesia-seeks-to-lure-chinese-tourists-to-destinations-outside-bali.html

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